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A General Motors worker was killed in a fight with a coworker, who is believed to be harassing GM employees

Assault left one man dead and another in custody on Thursday morning.

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Thursday due to the dispute and discovered the Pontiac, Michigan, male, 49, unconscious and bleeding in the dock area of the plant:

According to the authorities, deputies discovered the man bleeding and unresponsive. The man was given aid, but they were unable to save him; he was declared dead at the site. They also discovered the man’s murder suspect nearby the victim’s body, in the dock area of the business. Authorities claimed that deputies also found the object thought to have been used in the murder. Police are still looking into what caused the event.

The victim and the suspect were both employed by the custodial business that GM hired to clean the factory. The victim had only been employed by the company for a short while before he passed away. While awaiting potential homicide charges, the suspect, who is also in his late forties, is being held at the Oakland County Jail. The Chevy Bolt assembly line has suspended operations for the day. Following the shutdown of the Lordstown GM facility, $300 million in EV investments were made in the Orion plant.

Although it is uncommon, crime has always existed in auto plants. Seven Camaros were stolen from GM’s Lansing Grand River Assembly facility earlier this year, setting off a police pursuit through half of Michigan. Quite a few Ford automobiles have also been taken directly from its factories this year. When car workers were discovered drinking and consuming marijuana during their lunch breaks in 2010, automakers were faced with a scandal.